City College of SF 'Czar' Robert Agrella

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In July, the Accrediting Commission of Community and Junior Colleges announced that the City College of San Francisco would lose its accreditation by next summer. But the commission itself has also drawn fire. City Attorney Dennis Herrera has filed two challenges to block the commission from continuing its work, and the U.S. Department of Education has questioned the commission's policies. Robert Agrella, the special trustee given sweeping power to make changes for CCSF, joins us to discuss CCSF's future. Agrella recently halted plans for a $95 million concert hall at the college.

Guests:

Robert Agrella, special trustee at City College of San Francisco

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